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Old 10-09-2018, 07:29 PM   #81
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I never pay to eat a hotdog at a restaurant, just too many other good things to eat , probably the only hotdog/sausage I’ve paid for was Costco’s and I hadn’t had one in years, I do eat them at home though. I have some Hilshire Farm sausages in the freezer and a few packs of Earl Campbell sausage that’s not as good as it sounds, never eat them on buns, it’s usually with rice for me or I’ll use it in spigghetti sauce or make a potatoe hash with them.
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Old 10-09-2018, 07:33 PM   #82
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There used to,be a place in town that was good. I make my own now. Steamed bun with dog, mustard chopped onion ketchup. Cheese as well.

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Old 10-09-2018, 08:56 PM   #83
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I just had a wonderful Hillshire Farms smoked sausage I picked up at Ty's Pit Stop. Why is it so wonderful? I didn't have to cook it!
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Old 10-09-2018, 11:08 PM   #84
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I'm with ya, PF.

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Old 10-11-2018, 04:14 PM   #85
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Gotta chime in on favorite brands, in order, and favorite ways to cook and eat them. may not be able to eat hot dogs anymore, but I can remember.

Favorite breands:
1. Cher-Make natural casing hot dogs
2. Koegle's Vienna Hot Dogs
3. Koegle's all beef hot dogs
4. Volworth's all beef hot dogs
5. Wrath Blackhawk Hot dogs

Favorite way to cook them
1. Yeh, on a green willow stick in a campfire
2. Grilled over charcoal, but not blackened
3. Cooked over the flame on my gas stove
4. Microwaved (no flavor lost, but must not be overcooked
5. Steamed
6. Cold out of the fridge
7. Fried, rolling until browned and bubbly on the whole dog
8. Bacon Wrapped and broiled
9. Oh, I almost forgot, and this should be above chili dog - Whole dog cooked in pot with B & M, or Van Camp's pork and beans

1. Love dog on a steamed bun with good coarse mustard, ketchup, sweet pickle relish, chopped onion.
2. Love chilil cheese dog, but it has to be good chili, thick and rich.
3. Dog on a steamed but with sour kraut, ketchup, Chiooed onion, and swiss cheese

Least favorite hot dog preparation, (when using good hot dogs) Hot dogs sliced and drowned in bbq sauce, something that always shows up at pot lucks, followed by hot dogs sliced into pasta dishes.

Ok, I'm done. I miss hot dogs.

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Old 10-11-2018, 04:46 PM   #86
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Your #7- Fried, rolling until browned and bubbly on the whole dog is my all time favorite way to prepare hot dogs..



My daughter and SIL have them this way often.. Once a week when I was staying with them before Jeannie came to MO..


Now, in our own apartment, we like them sliced down the middle (after frying) and served on a thin, toasted, olive oil smeared ciabatta bun with mayo, mustard (old fashioned yellow) with sweet relish and chopped onions..



Makes us happy..


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